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... it's affordable and close to the beach and attractions.
After checking into my hotel I took a taxi to the Rawai Mauy Thai gym, where all local kids and adults go to try become some of the best Muay Thai fighters in the world. Muay Thai is a type of martial arts like kickboxing and is traditional to Thailand. I thought I might like to have training with the real Thai experts in the sport. After one session I was wrecked but ...
... are. Not two-hundred metres from our guesthouse, police boat #813 was patrolling the shores, guarding members of the Thai royal family when the wave came rolling in. The deathly swell picked up boat #813 - its only name now - and carried it almost two kilometres inland. The boat is thirty or more metres in length and it still sits where the wave left it. It's now surrounded by a tsunami memorial. In the photo, that's me standing near the front of #813. ...
... of the building, and one boy deciding to lie on the teacher’s desk.
With some more hours’ teaching under my belt now I was certainly starting to feel more confident and the three of us had a good afternoon. (apart from the travelling).
It was my birthday. I had thought of inviting Vithu and Nibarna to join me for dinner but they had already arranged to go to Phuket for the weekend. So with no company for the evening ...
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Diving is almost here!! just a few more months of getting the gear ready and set, getting the boats painted and outfitted. It is said that patience is a virtue but after 3 months out of the water, we are itching to get back to it. are you ready? what are you guys doing this winter for the holiday season? give us a call or send an email and we will give you the holiday of a life ...
... in Asia. Luckily, the rest of the tour proved much more exciting.
Next we were off to Phang Nga Bay National Park, about 25 kilometres north-east of Phuket. We hopped in a traditional Thai longboat to cruise around the dramatic limestone cliffs rising out of the water. If there's an engine out there louder than the one used to power those longboats, I don't want to know about it. We stopped for lunch on Koh Panyee island, a Muslim fishing village ...
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